Definición de jook en inglés:

jook

Saltos de línea: jook

verbo

[with object] West Indian
Pierce, poke, or stab: a hoe to jook the ground in the yard he jook the knife in the sheep and kill it dead one time
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Then I jooked it into his foot and it started bleeding and I saved the day, and tha's my story!
  • I hope that if any more jooking takes place for the season you will be the donor and not the recipient!
  • They were interlopers on another level; they didn't just want a quick jook, they wanted land and bodies, and they cut down the forest and penetrated the land to have their way.

Origen

of uncertain origin: perhaps from a West African language, or related to jouk.

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